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This guide presents books from the collection of the Littman Library that discuss various representational technuiques,  both  analog and digital. To access each page of the guide select a tab on the top. Some pages will require you to scroll down. Books listed in this guide represent only a small portion of available titles, you can find many more publications by searching our online catalog or by asking a librarian.

"...In fact, every act of sketching and drawing produces three different sets of images: the drawing that appears on the paper, the visual image recorded in my cerebral memory, and a muscular memory of the act of drawing itself. All three images are not mere momentary snapshots, as they are recordings of a temporal process of successive perception, measuring, evaluation, correction and re-evaluation. A drawing is an image that compresses an entire process fusing a distinct duration into that image. A sketch is in fact a temporal image, a piece of cinematic action recorded as a graphic image...."

  JUHANI PALLASMAA "THE THINKING HAND"

 

Links to more titles on digital media can be found in the guide Software for Architecture, Digital Art and Design in the CoAD.

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